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    Open frame usb touchscreen

    I'm looking at the pics of the open frame touchscreen 7inch monitor, model MON-120. How is the USB connected? All I see is connectors for the VGA and power. Can I extend the panel(the portion with the buttons) cables?

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    the link is for a pandigital lcd picture frame, not for a vga-compatible monitor-- perhaps the wrong link?

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    Sorry, don't know exactly what you are talking about. I don't see any link that I put, but this is it:
    http://store.mp3car.com/Lilliput_7_S..._p/mon-120.htm
    thanks.

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    No, that's not a VGA cable. The connector you see is the SKS breakout cable connector that Lilliput uses. That breakout cable looks like this:

    http://www.mo-co-so.com/Replacement-...cs-lil-sks.htm

    The cable that runs from your PC to the monitor looks like this:

    http://www.mo-co-so.com/Replacement-...cs-lil-vga.htm
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    Thanks, that messes my whole plan up. I was hoping to put a right angle connector on the monitor. With that connector my monitor wont fit where I need it to.

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    You can trim back the connector and fit it into a tight spot. I removed three of the rubber rings and it fits very well.
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    I thought about that, I was more concerned with if the hard plastic portion extended beyond the frame. If the hard plastic fell short about 5-10mm before the edge of the frame, then cutting back the rings would make sense for me. Or if it was safe to cut back the hard plastic.

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